Jasser is a security Robot designed for autonomous movement along pedestrian pathways. It also has video streaming to see where it’s going.
It is equipped with a high-torque motor, which provides strong power for the chassis and meets the challenges. It is guided by automatic driving system by using LiDar sensor with slam Technology to aid in navigation. It can also can be controlled by Joystick from far away.
The precise chassis height and reasonable power motor make this model have the advantages of low center of gravity, strong pass-ability, and stable operation of heavy-duty shock absorption. It is widely used in robot movement solutions in complex environments.
While the robot moves along the route, it transmits video taken by camera when it reaches the observation position. Robot’s location indicated on a map which can be transmitted to tablet PC of the operator or to the Internet. It moves between observation positions without any operator guidance. It drives around obstacles automatically and returns to charge its batteries.
Jasser robot is an effective solution for automatic patrolling of secured areas. It can become a reliable assistant for any security provider.
Warehouse Robotic features
- Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs)
Automated guided vehicles help Jasser Robot to transport materials, supplies, and inventory within warehouse facilities. AGVs are used in operations to replace manually-driven forklifts or pick carts. Some AGVs autonomously navigate warehouse facilities by following established routes that are marked by wires, magnetic strips, and tracks sensors embedded in the floor or other physical guides. Other AGVs utilize cameras, LiDar, infrared and other advanced technology to navigate workspaces, identify obstacles and avoid collisions
- Automated storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS)
AS/RS refers to a group of computer-controlled systems that help automate inventory management store and retrieve goods on demand. These systems are designed to facilitate speedy retrieval and placement of products and are usually paired with warehouse execution software. They operate either as cranes or shuttles on fixed tracks and can easily traverse product aisles and vertical heights to deposit or remove items. AS/RS systems are used in warehouse environments to speed up order fulfillment and materials handling operations.
- Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs)
Autonomous mobile robots are similar to AGVs in that, they transport inventory and materials throughout a warehouse autonomously. Unlike AGVs, which travel fixed routes guided by tracks or magnetic strips, AMRs rely on maps and sensors to navigate more flexible routes by interpreting the environment. Autonomous inventory robots are one type of autonomous mobile robots. When used with RFID-tagged equipment and items, autonomous inventory robots conduct inventory counts at pre-determined times or intervals. This category also includes collaborative mobile robots, which augment the work of humans by guiding associates through tasks.
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Unmanned aerial vehicles, or unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, provide real-time inventory visibility within warehouses when equipped on Jasser with RFID technology.
Jasser robot can be classified by payload capacity in warehouse. Depending on the nature of the industry and the warehouse’s needs, Jasser robot with certain payload capacity is often used more frequently in some industries than others.
Other Security features
- 360-degree thermal video surveillance
A typical mode of operation of an intelligent video analysis system implies a circular rotation of the camera until a person is detected. Next, the tracking mode is turned on, and the camera tracks a person until the body or the face is detected in the frontal position.
With 360 degree camera it t does automatic target acquisition and tracking with 360 Video Surveillance and motion detection. It can take 360-degree images of area or can be used to stream live video. The video can be steamed using the. It has continuous video recording for logging the journey.
Reliability and high efficiency of the surveillance system are achieved by the fact that a person is detected by the image from the thermal spectrum camera, and the image in the form suitable for recognition by the operator or by the face recognition system comes from the zoom module of the high-resolution visible spectrum camera module.
To ensure the safe operation of the robot, it is equipped with 360 camera for continuous circular surveillance. The camera has a high sensitivity and work in high-resolution mode. The image from these camera is analyzed by a separate on-board computer of a panoramic video surveillance system for detecting people. This solution allows you to detect an approaching person at a time when the scanning AMT (Auto Motion Tracking) camera does not look in its direction.
- Night security patrolling without outside lighting
Jasser Robot can automatically moves along a pre-programmed patrol route, avoid obstacles, and returns to charge when the batteries are discharged. The design of the security robot ensures its reliable movement on an uneven surface covered with rubble or small stones.
Jasser Robot is perfect for patrolling the perimeter in the territories of industrial enterprises. Video transmission from the robot, information about its location and operation of the systems is carried out via 4G or WiFi wireless communication channels. Video from CCTV cameras and alarm information is available for display in any stationary VMS supporting ONVIF protocol. The status and location of robots on patrol routes displayed in the web-based service for group monitoring of the operation of robots.
- Flexible provision of robotic security services
Stationing extra robots can bolster security promptly and effectively. Jasser robot is used in a guarded facility creates and refines the map of patrol routes, accumulating statistics of emerging threats.
In case of an increased risk and the need to bring in additional Security at a guarded facility, all the information gathered by the robot can be transmitted to Database. This unique feature allows the robotic system to almost instantly tighten security measures by the robot only and without any additional resources. This feature becomes particularly attractive when considering the costs of maintaining a reserve of trained and ready security officers capable to deploy at a new facility.
- Facial recognition during law enforcement patrolling
The Prompt is ideally suited to patrol both streets and walkways. An intellectual video surveillance system with AI permits detecting human faces located in the robot’s immediate vicinity in any direction. The fact that the robot and people are located on the same pedestrian passageway shortens the distance between them, and allows taking photographs of their faces that have a sufficiently high resolution to enable subsequent facial recognition.
Using Jasser robot for public safety enables accumulating information for Big Data analysis. Owing to the robot’s movement, the places where information is collected can be swiftly changed depending upon the day of the week, the time of day, or the times for exhibitions or public, athletic, and cultural events. The Prompt Patrol Robot is indispensable for guarding the perimeter of unmanned areas. Thanks to the AI-controlled video surveillance system, the robot is able to detect a person in erratic illumination typical for outdoor surveillance. The Prompt robot is able to reliably detect a person located within a radius of 10 meters. For uninhabited areas, or facilities where people are not supposed to be at certain times, discovering a person means an alarm situation that the robot can inform the CMS dispatcher about.
- Artificial intelligence (AI) patrol robots
The artificial intelligence patrol robot is capable of independently putting up resistance to an intrusion, or thwarting various threats. To do this, the robot is equipped with a voice notification system with synthesized voice warnings that depend on the type of threat recognized. The unique properties of the artificial intelligence are most apparent when robots are working in a group. By processing Big Data accumulated by the robots while guarding a unique facility, this mode allows predicting the places where the threat of an intruder will most likely arise. Distributed control of the patrol routes using AI control for each of the robots allows forming a highly efficient mobile group of security robots that can prevent external threats.
- Human identification to control access for personnel and security officers
The embedded facial recognition system allows controlling the work performed by security officers. To do this, it is mandatory that security officers at a patrolled facility approach a robot no less frequently than a certain assigned time interval. Upon approaching the robot up close, the recognition system recognizes the security officer’s face, and informs the officer about it. Along with that, any robot on the patrol route will receive information on where the security officers are located and, thanks to artificial intelligence, will adjust its patrol route. The next time that the security officers meet any of the robots, the time interval between incidences of recognition is calculated, and the work performed by the security officers is evaluated.
- LiDAR Technology
It provides autonomous obstacle avoidance. The obstacles are detected using laser beam. It can also determine another variable route to avoid obstacle. It has the ability to differentiate between obstacles and bumps.
- Learning for the video content analytics of surveillance robots
The on-board supercomputers in the video content analytics system in Jasser robot uses deep learning algorithms to detect objects. Their neural networks are capable of distinguishing over 100 types of objects. Above all, this means people, different types of cars, their license plates, and weapons. Selecting objects, and subsequently tracking them with a AMT camera, allows obtaining high-quality data suitable for further analysis and making objective decisions to assess a threat.